Hongje Station is a rapid transit station on Seoul Subway Line 3 in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul
Anguk Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 3 in Jongno-gu, Seoul. Anguk station is the subway station nearest to the Insadong and Samcheongdong districts, as well as the ancient royal residence of Unhyeongung. Exit 1: Deokseong Girls' Middle & High Schools. Jeongdok Public Library Exit 2: Jaedong Elementary School Exit 3: Changdeokgung, Hyundai Mobis Headquarters Exit 4: Unhyeongung,Nakwon Sangka Exit 5: Seoul Elderly Welfare Center Exit 6: Jongno Police Station,Insadong In January 2013, the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation, which operates this line, published free guidebooks in three languages: English and Chinese, which features eight tours as well as recommendations for accommodations and shopping centers; the tours are designed with different themes, e.g. Korean traditional culture, which goes from Jongno 3-ga Station to this station and Gyeongbokgung Station on line No 3 that showcases antique shops and art galleries of Insa-dong. In March 2018 Anguk Station of Seoul Subway Line 3 will be transformed into a history of independence movement themes for the first time in Korea.
Seoul City is the only one among 950 subway and urban railway stations nationwide to mark the 99 years of the March 1 Independence Movement theme history The four-story platform section of Anguk Station will contain the achievements and quotations of 80 independence activists including Kim Gu, Ahn Jung-geun, Yoon Bong-gil, Yoo Gwan-sun and Lee Bong-chang. The second and third basement floors of this year will be built with independence movement and temporary government as the theme of the exhibition and rest area
Yeonsinnae Station is a station on Seoul Subway Line 3 and Seoul Subway Line 6, on the northwest side of Seoul in the urban area of Eunpyeong-gu. Although Yeonsinnae Station had a corresponding hanja name, this name was deemed incorrect and dropped in May 2001; the station is located on the one-way Eungam Loop of Line 6, therefore the trains from the Line 6 Yeonsinnae station only run in the direction of Bonghwasan Station
Muakjae Station is a station on Seoul Subway Line 3 in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul. The area was named Muakjae after Muhak, a Buddhist monk who played a vital role in moving the Korean capital to Seoul in the 14th century
Jichuk Station is located just northwest of Seoul on Seoul Subway Line 3. It is within walking distance to Seoul. Jichuk station has a subway depot for Line 3 trains nearby. Seoul Metro operates Line 3 south of this station. Korail & Seoul Metro jointly operate the platforms. However, Seoul Metro operates the rest of the station. Jichuk Station is named after the administrative area; the area used to belong to two villages in the Joseon period. Jijeong-ri produced paper; when the area became united under Goyang-gun, it was named using the first syllables of the two villages
Chungmuro Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 3, the orange line, Line 4, the sky-blue line. Both the Line 3 and 4 platforms are located in Jung-gu, Seoul; this station is named after the road under which it passes, in honor of the Chosun general Yi Sunsin, known by the title of Chungmugong. Chungmuro is considered the best place to view Korean movies. Just outside the exit by the rear entrance to Dongguk University is Daehan Cinema, where Chungmuro Film Festival in Seoul was first held. CHIFF
Oksu Station is a station on the Line 3, Gyeongui–Jungang Line and Gyeongwon Line. It is located near the confluence of the Jungnang Rivers; the Line 3 part of Oksu Station is one of four stations on Line 3 not underground. The Yongsan-Deokso Line part was renovated with a glass-covered top which lets in sunlight; because of its beautiful view of the Han River, it is seen in movies and advertisements. The manhwa webtoon Oksu Station Ghost is set at the Line 3 platforms. Okjeong Elementary School: Exit 5 Malaysian Embassy: Exit 4, 15 minutes walk. Station information from Korail